HEALTH: Inflammation and Heart Health

When inflammation stays with you on a slow burn that it becomes “chronic inflammation”. When this occurs, it puts your body at greater risk.

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Adoptable Pet of the Week – Greyson

Greyson is a very handsome 5 year old boy who is looking for a household where he can be the only cat in his household so he can be the center of attention.

What’s Happening at the Library?

Holiday Hours:  On Wednesday, Nov. 24, Thanksgiving Eve, the Library will close at 5:00 p.m.; we will be closed on Thanksgiving Day and on Friday, Nov. 26. The Library will be open on Saturday, Nov. 27 from 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Holiday Happenings Around Town

Local organizations offer holiday shopping and family experiences to brighten your day and lift your holiday spirits. These events support: Roudenbush Community Center, Westford Museum, Friends of Cameron Senior Center, Westford Academy Student Council and Westford Community Access Television. Shop local this season!

Westford Planning Board Meeting – November 15th, 2021

The town of Westford Planning Board met on Monday, November 15th, with members Dylan O’Connor, Michael Bonenfant, Darrin Wiszt and Kate Hollister all present in person, while the fifth member Bob Schaffer joined the meeting remotely. The agenda of this week’s Planning Board meeting was to discuss new renovations, construction and the approval of permits in the town of Westford.

$9B Coming for Mass. Waterways, Roads, More

Rep. Lori Trahan, D-Westford, said the state “will benefit from the creation of good-paying union jobs with quality benefits to support their families.”

Scouts Go for the Gold

State Representative James Arciero recently honored Gold Award recipients.

Health & Wellness When Working From Home

Depending upon how you use your “freedom”, working from home can have a positive effect on your health and wellness or it can have a very negative one.

Westford Academy Holds Annual Holiday Bazaar

Experience Westford Academy’s 52nd Annual Holiday Bazaar on December 4th from 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM!

House Votes $600 Million to Address State Housing Needs

Housing Chair James Arciero joins House of Representatives in shepherding critical funds for state housing needs.

Select Board Determines 63 Main Street Conveyance, Ross’ Compensation and the Fate of Two Trees

It's been more than 5 years since the residential fire left the house empty. The ownership of the iconic home located at 63 Main Street is now transferred to the new owners, Dianne and Charles Grondine.